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#1
pretty self-explanatory. what is your preferred pick thickness

mine is Dunlop .70 mm and Frender medium.

EDIT: wait, i just realized this should be in musician talk, but i guess it'll get moved if it really does.
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#5
Peavey .88's, powdered.
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#6
depends on the song. for faster songs, I got with a dunlop .73, for heavier songs, I use a 2mm
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#7
planet waves surepicks... heavy. love the rubber texture, havent dropped one yet!
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#9
what is a good pick to get for Iron Maiden / Black Sabbath songs? I have the Fender Medium right now, i have to use my thin ones cause the fender feel bad.
#10
Star Picks 1.5mm
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#11
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what is a good pick to get for Iron Maiden / Black Sabbath songs? I have the Fender Medium right now, i have to use my thin ones cause the fender feel bad.

Try Peavey .73 or .88 powdered picks.
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#12
Tortex 88's mostly, but anything tortex is awesome...
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#14
i have a collection of Fender pix, i love the Fender heavy's, Xtra heavy's and the mediums.
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#15
anything from a standard tortex (.62?) to 2-3 mm, really just depends on what I'm playing
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#16
I use the big Clayton triangle .80's. theyre the balls
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#17
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Peavey .88's, powdered.

never tried powdered picks. that sounds pretty good. im going to be looking into that next time.
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#19
anyone got links on guitarcenter for those kinds of picks. i might head down to the local music shop tomorrow and get some good picks.
#20
Tortex 88's

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#21
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anyone got links on guitarcenter for those kinds of picks. i might head down to the local music shop tomorrow and get some good picks.
You could just go there and use the search feature...
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#22
yeah i know ive been looking at it, i just wanted a link to see. THe site mostly just shows like Med/company.
#24
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yeah i know ive been looking at it, i just wanted a link to see. THe site mostly just shows like Med/company.

Try musicians friend.
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#25
2mm Gator Grips
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#26
Tortex 1.0mm and 1.14mm, I used to use 0.60mm but I found they flicked too much for my liking (to counter this before I got heavier picks, I taped 2 together..worked a dream )
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#28
Dunlop Tortex 1.14mm The purple ones. Used em for about 5 years. Also use pickboy ceramics and Icepix stainless steel picks every now and again.
#29
dunlop 1.5's or 1's
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#30
.81's, any brand!
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#31
Not really hung up on brand, but I change pick thickness according to string gauge.

For my 10-52 strings, I use a 1mm or thicker pick, for 9s I use a .7 and for 8s I use small .6 picks.
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#32
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Nah,I support tortexes,they have that dry kinda feel that I love.
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#34
.60. And I use gauge 10 strings too.

I love that setups, it works for me.
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#35
Fender Mediums
Dunlop M/L's

i use gorilla snot so i dont really worry about the picks slipping
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#36
dunlop big stubby 3mm, and occasionly big stubby 1mm depending on what im playing
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#38
I like Fender and Tortex mediums on my electric. I like fender thins on my accoustic.

I never understood why people like heavy. They have such a terrible tone.
#40
fender heavies, dunlop 1.38mm jazz III
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